Gareth Ainsworth is ready for Championship football after achieving the impossible dream on Monday night.

His guided his side to a 2-1 victory over Oxford United at Wembley, which means that Wycombe will be playing in the second tier of English football for the first time in their history.

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And the manager joked about his players celebrations at the national stadium, as the Wycombe players stayed for more than an hour after the full-time whistle.

He said: “Why should they leave?

“How many times do you get to Wembley and win?

“It’s my third time, I lost the other two, one as a player and one as Wycombe manager and we did a little bit of visualisation back in the hotel.

“I told them to visualise this moment and I said once it happens no one can’t take that moment away from you so make it count

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“I think they’re making it count

“I’m sure the Wembley security staff will be getting a bit annoyed soon if we’re not out of here soon

“Let them have their moment, they deserve it

"It’s all about the player as, the fans they’ve been right behind us and everyone at home watching I cannot thank you enough for sticking with me and sticking with us.

“We will see you in the Championship next year.”